It's almost that time again, folks. Star Wars day is coming up and we've already started to see some of the offers for May the fourth. In fact, some promotions are going live before, such as the Lego VIP offers, that you'll see below.
We usually get a lot of really nice offers posted on site, so I wanted to create something that highlights some of the information we know so far, as well as upcoming and existing deals. Which retailers may be taking part?
Going by what we saw last year, we will likely see a fair few retailers getting involved in the event. Here are just a few that we think are likely to run promotions for Star Wars day:
There will likely be a few more, which I can add in as and when they crop up
What is Star Wars Day?
Well, it's a day set aside to celebrate everything Star Wars, from the classic movies to the new, from the TV shows to toys and games. If it's Star Wars, it counts
The event officially started being celebrated back in 2011, although there were celebrations before this date, it just wasn't as we know it today. The only date to place this event. that really makes sense is May the fourth!
Do I need to say why this date? Just in case... It's a play on words from the memorable line in the first Star Wars Movie "May the force be with you" It just works, right?
We're likely going to see a lot of deals posted here on hotukdeals. If you want to just skip ahead and see all the posted Star Wars offers in general (Not just for the big day) Then you can see them all right HERE
Deals here will be updated as more and more come in. We're obviously more likely to see many more than we currently have on the big day itself, so hang in there and hopefully we'll see even stronger price points!
We'll kick off with LEGO Shop! This has been posted by lego_images
on the forums already, so full credit for that, thank you!Lego Shop
Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder
- VIP Early Access starts 1st May
- Also get double VIP points from 1st May - 8th May
- Star Wars Day deals will be HERE
- VIP members also get early access to the Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder  (This is RRP and not a deal price point)
Releases on 1st May for VIPs, then 4th May for everyone else.Free stuff on various spend thresholds
Free Lars Family Homestead Kitchen gift with £160+ spends 1st-8th May
Free Mandalorian Keyring with £70+ Spends - 1st-8th May
Free Lego AT-ST 30495: Free with purchases over £40 - 1st-8th May
VIP Sweepstakes to win 2 sets and a book signed b y C3-PO actor Anthony Daniels
- Sign up to be a VIP (Free) HERE
LEGO Sets:PC / Console Games:PC / Console Game Sales
Here I will add links to retailers that have Star Wars sales on at the moment. Make sure you check prices, to ensure you get the best deal possible.Sales:Books, Media & BoardgamesToys / OtherClothing20% off Star Wars Clothing, using discount code @ Character ClothingDisney+ Subscriptions
If you're planning on having a bit of a Star Wars binge on Disney+, then you'll probably appreciate a list of the titles that are currently listed for streaming. Is it possible to watch ALL of them within 24 hours?
It certainly doesn't look like it, but you'll be forgiven for going over by a fair old bit
If you're not signed up to Disney+ and fancy giving it a whirl, subscriptions start from £7.99 per month
, which is the standard pricing. We do see deals
come up from time to time, although free trials don't seem to be happening these days. (If any deals for Disney+ come up, I'll post them above, so do keep an eye out)Movies from the Skywalker Saga:
- Star Wars: A New Hope
- Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
- Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi
- Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
- Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
- Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
- Star Wars: The Force Awakens
- Star Wars: The Last Jedi
- Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Disney+ Original Series
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
- Solo: A Star Wars Story
Behind the scenes
- The Mandalorian Series 1 + 2
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian
- The Book of Boba Fett
- Disney Gallery: The Book of Boba Fett (available from May the 4th)
- Under the Helmet – the Legacy of Boba Fett
- Star Wars: The Bad Batch
- Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy
- Star Wars: Vehicle Flythroughs
- Star Wars: Biomes
- Star Wars: Galaxy of Sounds
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars
- Star Wars: Rebels
- Star Wars: Visions
- Star Wars: Resistance
- Star Wars: Blips
- Star Wars: Forces of Destiny
- Star Wars: Holiday Special
- Star Wars Vintage Collection
- LEGO Star Wars: All Stars
- LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales
- LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures
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just a shame that the husband didnt agree to call her leia
yep...and Star wars is so dead in the water
The Hasbro eBay store is good for Star Wars stuff too: ebay.co.uk/str…puk (edited)
They are old games so might work.
You can always get a refund if they don't.
Surely kotor will run on just about anything. This is an old game.
FM pretty CPU intensive - pretty sure both these will run on min spec machines
My brain never makes the connection between the saying and American date structure. Then again lots of other countries put dates in usual ways. If you search for anything in Korea that day it'd be 220504 you'd put into Google.
That way actually (descending starting from year) makes more sense to me than the American one of month, day, year.
May the 4th be with you all
It's animation, but it's a Disney+ original so...
If you want to be REALLY picky, then Star Wars: The Clone Wars Final Season (Season 7) should be specifically mentioned as a Disney+ original as well
May October 4th
May April 4th
I'd kill to play these again, my laptop is very poor though, can barely manage fm
Well, maybe they are referring to the other similar holidays, like the Revenge of the Sixth (of May)
And it'll drag on like a cold sore.
I think they do this at Legoland Windsor. They used to pre COVID. The space centre at Leicester also used to do a great day where there would be the characters and some stars from the original films.
Update: I just checked - Legoland have removed the permanent Star Wars exhibition and thus don't do Star Wars Day anymore! Such a shame. I also looked on the National Space Centre website and they don't seem to have it listed. It used to be called Return of the Garrison, as I think that was the name of the costume group they used (who were awesome). Thus, maybe check their website. I can highly recommend. My kids loved it and there were plenty of adults there too. (edited)
Day after is the sith too.